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"Star Trek: Voyager" One (TV Episode 1998) Poster

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(1998)

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Doctor: "If you had even the slightest sense of humor, you'd realize I was making a small joke." Seven: "Very small." This is reminiscent of a scene between Chekov and Spock in Star Trek: The Trouble with Tribbles (1967).
The Borg interior that Seven sees through a pair of turbolift doors was a single frame of a visual effect sequence from Star Trek: First Contact.
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At one point, Seven reads Paris' body temperature as 97.6. This is a rare use of the Fahrenheit scale.
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This episode marks the final appearance of the type 3 phaser on Star Trek: Voyager, a form of rifle that was introduced in Star Trek: First Contact. All phaser rifles subsequently shown on the series are the compression phaser rifle.
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The stasis room was a redress of the Voyager cargo bay set. The stasis units also appeared in "Resolutions" and "The Thaw".
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At this point in the series Voyager has traveled 15,000 light years toward home.
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This episode's title, at three letters, beat the record for the shortest in Star Trek history held by "Miri" for nearly 32 years. It held the record for just three years, when it was beaten by "Q2", which also held it for three years before it was beaten in turn by "E²".
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This takes place in 2374.
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This episode is similar to two other Voyager episodes, "Persistence of Vision" and "Bliss" which feature The Doctor working closely with another crew member (Kes in the former, Seven once again in the latter) while most of the crew is incapacitated in some way.
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47 reference: Seven makes a course change of .347 degrees starboard.
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A holographic version of Torres states that she joined the Maquis after Chakotay saved her life. This was previously established in Jeri Taylor's book Pathways and is the only mention in the series of Torres' motivations for joining the group.
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Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran, and Garrett Wang all play three versions of their respective characters in this episode: the "real" one, a holodeck recreation, and an illusion in Seven of Nine's mind.
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A similar storyline to this occurs in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Doctor's Orders", when Doctor Phlox is forced to take control of the ship on his own, to pilot it through a nebula, but begins to hallucinate.
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